Alabama Getaway-> Greatest Story Ever Told, Althea, Little Red Rooster, Tennessee Jed, Truckin'-> Drums**-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Not Fade Away Walkin' Blues*, A Mind To Give Up Livin'*, Turn On Your Love Light*-> Johnny B. Goode*
SBD:Unknown Gen Cassette>CD; Benefit for Vietnam Veterans with guests; See info file for details; Seeded to etree by Jim Skinner
July 31, 2016 Subject:
It was a great Boz Skaggs show...
Jerry was so wasted he could hardly stand, let alone play or sing.... Weir was high as fuck too...
It's not for no reason so many other folks stepped in to play with them during their set...
Giving this show the highest rating, because they were really really high.
January 25, 2016 Subject:
Of all the curious line-up benefit gigs, I got a mind to give up livin' might be the best thing I've heard.
May 29, 2013 Subject:
Great Guest Appearances, Get The second set!!!!
After having travelled from Boulder Co to the Greek shows, we decided to stay to attend this show the next weekend. This was a Vietnam Vets benefit, and I remember thinking how Ironic that was when Country Joe played the "Fixin To Die Rag", As stated in previous review, the dead were not the headliners, but surely the highlight. As an aside,it wasn't the Airplane, but the Starship, no Jorma or Jack, and I have never seen an arena empty so fast during a show, as when most of the Deadheads left during the Starship's set....LOL. This was a strange arena, more of an underground parking lot, with big pillars throughout. the sound was pretty muffled too. Jerry's vocals were shut off during most of GDTRFB. The truly awesome part of the show was the second set. Boz Scaggs and john Cippolina (RIP) joined the Boys for a great set of Blues and rock. No collection is complete without these great jams....Get it!!!
July 18, 2008 Subject:
gotta love the adlib about sweet jane havin a sex change... caught me off guard, but funny, give 'er a listen
May 28, 2007 Subject:
A Night of Peace and Healing
..great artwork, too bad I wore the shirt into tatters...
July 17, 2004 Subject:
Always Wanted This One
Lived in the bubble of all possibilities most of the show. This show was virtual Reality, if you got the feeling you were actually experiencing it. see below for chart. By the way, the Dead were not the Headliners, The Airplane existed once again, and I mean once.
Goin' Down The Road-Riding a Harley
Lovelight- watchin Pigpen play keyboard
A mind- Uh Oh Earthquake(impending Doom)